Ann E. Burke, M.D.

Department:
Pediatrics
Title:
Professor, Pediatrics; Program Director, Pediatric Residency Program
Address:
Dayton Children's Hospital, 1 Childrens Plz, Dayton, OH 45404-1873
Phone:
937-641-3433-2

Education

M.D.: University of Virginia School of Medicine (1992)
Internship: Wright State University Integrated Pediatric Residency (1993)
Residency: Wright State University Integrated Pediatric Residency (1995)

Certification

Pediatrics

Clinical Expertise

General Pediatrics

Hospital Medicine

Professional Affiliations

American Academy of Pediatrics

American Board of Pediatrics, Chair 2018

American Pediatric Society (Inducted 2017)

Academics

Research statement: 

 

 

Professional

Publications: 

Ollendorff AT, Andolsek KM, Burke AE, et.al. Harmonizing the practice-based learning and improvement milestones. Supplementary online content. Edgar L, Roberts S, Holmboe E. Milestones 2.0: A Step Forward. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 2018; 10(3):367-369.

 

Li ST, Tancredi DJ, Schwartz, Guillot AP, Burke AE, Trimm RF, Guralnick, Mahan JD, Gifford KA. Pediatric program director minimum milestone expectations before allowing supervision of others and unsupervised practice. Academic Pediatrics. 2018. 18(7):828-836.

 

Hicks PJ, Margolis MJ, Carraccio CL, et al. for the PMACModule 1 Study Group (Burke A, (I) et al). A novel workplace-based assessment for competency-based decisions and learner feedback. Medical Teacher. April 24, 2018. DOI: 10.1080/ 0142159X.2018 .1461204.

 

Li ST, Tancredi DJ, Schwartz, Guillot AP, Burke A, Trimm RF, Guralnick, Mahan JD, Gifford KA, for the Association of Pediatric Program Directors (APPD) Longitudinal Educational Assessment Research Network (LEARN) validity of resident self-assessment group. Identifying gaps in the performance of pediatric trainees who receive marginal/unsatisfactory ratings. Academic Medicine. 2018 Jan; 93(1):119-129. doi: 10.1097/ACM.00000000000017752017. PMID: 28640031

 

Turner TL, Bhavaraju VL, Luciw-Dubas UA, Hicks, PJ et al. for the APPD LEARN-NBME Pediatrics Milestones Assessment Group (Burke AE, (I) et al.).Validity evidence from ratings of pediatric interns and subinterns on a subset of pediatric milestones. Academic Medicine. 2017; 92:809-819. PMID 28557949.

 

Li ST, Tancredi DJ, Schwartz, Guillot AP, Burke AE, Trimm RF, Guralnick, Mahan JD, Gifford KA, for the Association of Pediatric Program Directors (APPD) Longitudinal Educational Assessment Research Network (LEARN) validity of resident self-assessment group. Competent for unsupervised practice: use of pediatric residency training milestones to assess readiness. Academic Medicine. 2016;  PMID 27465229.

 

Serwint JR, Bostwick S, Burke AE et al. The AAP resilience in the face of grief and loss curriculum. Pediatrics. 2016; 138 (5):e20160791. PMID: 27940771.

 

Reed S, Lockspeiser T, Burke AE, Gifford K, Hanson J, Mahan J, McKenna M, Rosenberg A, Li ST. Practical suggestions for the creation and use of meaningful learning goals in graduate medical education. Academic Pediatrics. 2016; 16:20-24.

 

Hicks, PJ Margolis M, Poynter SE et al. for the APPD LEARN-NBME Pediatrics Milestones Assessment Group (Burke AE, (I) et al.). The pediatrics milestones assessment pilot: development of workplace-based assessment content, instruments and processes. Academic Medicine. 2016; 91(5):701-709.

 

Lockspeiser T, Li ST, Burke AE, Rosenberg A, Dunbar T, Gifford K, Gorman G, Mahan J, McKenna M, Reed S, Schwartz A, Harris I, Hanson J. In pursuit of the meaningful use of learning goals in pediatric residency: A qualitative study of pediatric residents. Academic Medicine. 2016; 91(6):839-46.

 

Schwartz A, Margolis MJ, Multerer S, Haftel HM, Schumacher DJ and the APPD LEARN-NBME Pediatrics Milestones Assessment Group (Burke AE, (I) et al). A multi-source feedback tool for measuring a subset of Pediatrics Milestones. Medical Teacher. 2016; 30:1-8.

 

Li ST, Paterniti DA, Tancredi DJ, Burke AE, Trimm RF, Guillot A, Guralnick S, Mahan JD. Resident self-assessment and learning goal development: evaluation of resident-reported competence and future goals. Academic Pediatrics. 2015; Volume 15, (4) pp367-373.

 

Schwartz A, Young R, Hicks P for APPD LEARN (Burke AE, Haftel H, McGregor R, Degnon L, Carraccio C). Medical education practice-based research networks: Facilitating collaborative research. Medical Teacher. 2014; 16:1-11.

 

Hicks PJ, Schumacher D, Guralnick S, Carraccio C, Burke AE. Pediatric Milestones Domain of competence: personal and professional development. Academic Pediatrics. 2014; 14:S80-S97.

 

Burke AE, Benson B, Englander RE, et al. Pediatric Milestones Domain of competence: practice-based learning and improvement. Academic Pediatrics. 2014; 14:S38-S54.

 

Burke AE. The little organization that could and the “seventh competency”. Academic Pediatrics. 2013; 13:186-190.

 

Carraccio C, Benson B, Burke A, Englander R, Guralnick S, Hicks P, Ludwig S, Schumacher D, Vasilias J. Pediatrics Milestones. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 2013; March supplement: 59-73.

 

Schumacher DJ, Lewis KO, Burke AE, Smith ML, Schumacher JB, Pitman MA, Ludwig S, Hicks PJ, Guralnick S, Englander R, Benson B, Carraccio C. The pediatrics milestones: initial evidence for their use as learning roadmaps for residents.” Academic Pediatrics 2013; 13(1):40-47.  PMID 23165175.

 

Li ST, Tancredi DJ, Burke AE, Guillot A, Guralnick S, Trimm RF, Mahan JD. Self-Assessment on the competencies and reported improvement priorities for pediatric residents. J Grad Med Ed 2012; 4:445-453.

 

Burke AE, Hicks P, Carraccio C. Towards meaningful outcomes assessment; collaborative efforts in pediatric medical education. Academic Pediatrics. 2012;12:79-80.

 

Englander R, Burke AE, Guralnick S et al. The Pediatrics Milestones: a continuous quality improvement project is launched-now the hard work begins! Academic Pediatrics. 2012; 12:471-474.

 

Gordon MB, Sectish TC, Elliot MN, Klein D, Landrigan CP, Bogart LM, Amrock S, Burke AE, Chaing VW, Schuster MA. Pediatric residents’ perspectives on reducing work hours and lengthening residency: a national survey. Pediatrics 2012; 130(1):99-107. Epub 2012 Jun 4.

 

Burke AE, Rushton J, Guralnick S, Hicks PJ. Resident work duty hour requirements: medical educators’ perspectives. Academic Pediatrics. 2010; 10(6):369-371.

 

Hicks PJ, Englander R, Schumacher DJ, Burke AE, Benson BJ, Guralnick S, Ludwig S, Carraccio C. Pediatric milestone project: next steps toward meaningful outcomes assessment. J Grad Med Ed. 2010; 2(4):577-588.

 

Carracio C, Burke AE. Beyond competencies and milestones: adding meaning through context. J Grad Med Ed. 2010; 2 (3):419-422.

 

Li ST, Burke AE. Individualized learning plans: basics and beyond. Academic Pediatrics. 2010; 10:289-292

 

Englander R, Hicks P, Benson B and the Pediatric Milestone Project Working Group(Burke AE, Carraccio C, Guralnick S, Johnson L, Ludwig S, Schumacher D). Pediatrics Milestones: a developmental approach to the competencies. Journal of Pediatrics. 2010; Oct; 157(4):521-2.

 

Burke AE, Guralnick S, Hicks PJ. The Association of Pediatric Program Directors’ strategic plan: an opportunity for transformational change. Academic Pediatrics. 2010; 10:220-1.

 

Hicks PJ, Schumacher DJ, Benson, BJ, Burke AE, Englander R et al. The Pediatric Milestones: conceptual framework, guiding principles, and approach to development. J Grad Med Ed. 2010; 2 (3):410-418.

 

Jost-Starmer A, Burke AE. Resident Perceptions of Individualized Learning Plans. Academic Pediatrics 2009.Volume 9, (4) e8-e9.

 

Konpasek L, Sanguino S, Bostwick S, Hillenbrand K, Buchanan A, Burke AE, Toussaint

G, Garfunkel L et al. COMSEP and APPD Pediatric Subinternship Curriculum.

www.appd.org share warehouse.2009.

 

Book Chapters/Online Reference Material and Curriculum

 

Barone M, Burke AE (Co-Editors), Anderson M, Calaman S, Kuo A, Larrabee J, Poynter S, Trice-McNeal K. Curricular Components of EPAs for General Pediatrics. https://www.abp.org/entrustable-professional-activities-epas  (March 5, 2017)

 

Burke AE, Hicks PJ. Wellness and its Impact on Professionalism: Chapter 4. American Board of Pediatrics. Education and Training Committee. Teaching, Promoting and Assessing Professionalism Across the Continuum: A Medical Educator's Guide. https://www.abp.org/professionalism-guide. (December 20, 2016)

 

Serwint J (ED), Bostwick S, Burke AE, Church A, Gogo A, Hofkosh D, King M, Linebarger J, McCabe ME, Moon M, Osta A, Rana D, Sahler OJ. Resilience in the Face of Grief and Loss. American Academy of Pediatrics, Online Curriculum. Posted March 2016. http://www2.aap.org/sections/palliative/ResilienceCurriculum.html

 

Burke AE.  Various chapters on subcompetencies in Pediatrics Milestone Project. Pediatric Milestones Working Group. American Board of Pediatrics, 2012. Online at https://www.abp.org/abpwebsite/publicat/milestones.pdf
 

Assessment in Graduate Medical Education: A Primer for Pediatric Program Directors. Schwartz A, Carraccio C and Hicks P; Eds. Measurement Principles in Medical Education. Burke AE. Chapter 1, Page 7-15. American Board of Pediatrics 2011.

 

Assessment in Graduate Medical Education: A Primer for Pediatric Program Directors. Schwartz A, Carraccio C and Hicks P; Eds. Assessment of the ACGME Core Competencies: Patient Care. Burke AE. Chapter 7, Page 61-71. American Board of Pediatrics 2011.

 

Alexander D, Boat T, Britto M, Burke AE, Holmes A, Sectish T, Stanton B. FOPO Task

Force on Women in Pediatrics: Considerations for Part-Time Training and Employment for Research-Intensive Fellows and Faculty. J Peds 2009;154:1-3.

 

Burke AE. Individualized Learning Plans: Faculty as Facilitators. MedEdPORTAL.

Accepted Dec. 15, 2008.

 

McPhillips HA, Burke AE, Sheppard K, et al. Toward creating a family –friendly work

environment in pediatrics: Baseline data from pediatric department chairs and pediatric program directors. Pediatrics. 2007;119:596-602.

 

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